92 points Stephan Reinhardt (Wine Advocate): "The Zind-Humbrecht 2008 Pinot Gris Clos Windsbuhl was picked-out on the same principle as the Heimbourg and Rotenberg, but in this instance the (more-or-less) healthy fruit selected out early finished with 37 grams of residual sugar whose effects even Riesling-like acids could do only so much to counteract, so the effect – while lovely – is decidedly sweeet. Ripe peach and quince; fresh lime and ginger; musky, peony-like floral perfume, all combine for a memorable aromatic display and a silken-textured, quite elegant palate impression, that finishes with soothing yet persistently lively length. This ought to be a joy to revisit over the next 15 or even 20 years. Drink: 2011-2031. (May 2011)"
92 points Stephen Tanzer (International Wine Cellar): "(13.3% alcohol, 37 g/l r.s. and 7.2 acidity) Pale gold. Sexy aromas of orange blossom and hazelnut, lifted by a chalky note. Highly concentrated, silky and sweet, but with harmonious ripe acidity giving this tactile, dusty wine a surprising light touch. Really lovely fruit and balance here. Finishes very long, with a slightly tannic impression and a suggestion of exotic flowers. (Nov/Dec 2010)"
|Varietal||Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio|